We work closely across various sport networks to champion the inclusion of disabled people within sport and physical activity programmes.
This includes National Governing Bodies (NGBs) of sport and National Disability Sport Organisations (NDSOs) for specific impairment groups. Not forgetting the regional, coaching and education networks- we work with County Sports Partnerships, clubs and schools to engage more disabled people.
Our partnerships are not just about encouraging athletes to excel in the sport they are talented in. They are also about providing opportunities to the millions of disabled people in England.
Sport England is focused on helping people and communities across the country create a sporting habit for life. The English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) is one of Sport England's national equality partners.Read more…
With a network of 49 County Sport Partnerships across England, you can find out more about your local CSP by visiting the CSP Network website.Read more…
British Paralympic Association
The British Paralympic Association BPA is responsible for sending the best prepared ParalympicsGB team to the Paralympic Winter and Summer Games in London 2012 and beyond.Read more…
Disability Sport Northern Ireland
Disability Sport NI is Northern Ireland’s main disability sport organisation and is recognised by Sport Northern Ireland as the key body responsible for the development of sport and physical recreation for people with physical, sensory and learning impairRead more…
Scottish Disability Sport
SDS has the vision of leading the development of sport and physical recreation for disabled people in Scotland and contributing to UK and international initiatives. EFDS works with all the home nations to ensure disabled people all over the UK have more oRead more…
Disability Sport Wales
Federation of Disability Sport Wales work towards the aims of the Welsh Assembly Government by broadening the choice for disabled people to participate and be more successful in a more inclusive sporting landscape.Read more…
The Inclusion Club
The Inclusion Club website was launched in July 2011, with the aim of creating an international network for practitioners working in the area of inclusive physical activity and sport for disabled people.Read more…
BALASA (British Amputee & Les Autres Sports Association) was formed in 1988. Their role was to help and encourage amputees to get involved in sport and go on to represent their country in competitions organised by the newly formed International Sports OrgRead more…
British Blind Sport
British Blind Sport is the leading voice for the visually impaired community across the UK.Read more…
Cerebral Palsy Sport promotes and seeks to increase sport and physical recreational opportunities for disabled people and especially those who have cerebral palsy.Read more…